Collaborating at the highest strategic level, our commitment to the Armed Forces remains paramount, and helps to save lives. Our partnership is integrated and mutually beneficial, and we look to a future where together we can invest in military capabilities to counter any attack in cyberspace.
When UK Signals Intelligence began in 1914, the world was a very different place. Read about the dilemma of the Zimmermann telegram, Signals Intelligence trailblazer William Green Swanborough, the intelligence officer and the movie star, and the capture of a spy in Rome in 1945.
The Royal Navy established a Wireless Telegraphy Station at Scarborough in 1912. Since 1914 it has conducted signals intelligence (Sigint) in support of both the defence of the United Kingdom and of our armed forces.